I'm sorry but how many times does this need to be said. The reason there is no clinical evidence on Pfizer past three weeks is that Pfizer didn't produce any. Unlike Oxford/AstraZeneca which is being produced on a not for profit basis it is not in Pfizer's commercial interests to conduct longer trials. Saying the "UK screwed that up and tossed it into the bin" is accusing the members of the JCVI of deliberately and callously endangering public health

These are the Covid sub-committee members of the JCVI
Professor Lim Wei Shen (Chair) (Nottingham University Hospitals)
Professor Anthony Harnden, Deputy Chair (University of Oxford)
Dr Kevin Brown (Public Health England)
Dr Rebecca Cordery (Public Health England)
Dr Maggie Wearmouth (East Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust)
Professor Matt Keeling (University of Warwick)
Alison Lawrence (lay member)
Professor Robert Read (Southampton General Hospital)
Professor Anthony Scott (London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine)
Professor Adam Finn (University of Bristol)
Dr Fiona van der Klis (National Institute for Public Health and the Environment, Netherlands)
Professor Maarten Postma (University of Groningen)
Professor Simon Kroll (Imperial College London)
Dr Martin Williams (University Hospitals Bristol)
Professor Jeremy Brown (University College London Hospitals)
Professor Bryan Charleston (The Pirbright Institute)
Professor Lucy Yardley (University of Southampton)
Professor Robert Dingwall (Nottingham Trent University)
Professor Liz Miller (London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine)

These are the people you say "screwed up that data and tossed it into the bin"


(edited to change typo 'date' to 'data'